Are few landmarks in Moldova, in view of its geographical location, topography and climate. Moldova is a former Soviet republic located between Romania and Ukraine.
The country is landlocked and two great rivers Dniester and Prut rivers that pass are used to transport routes. The terrain is flat and hilly, and the highest parts not exceed 400 meters. It is considered the Moldavian Plateau is a continuation of the Carpathians - Dniester Ridge and Northern Moldavian Hills.
The largest cities are the capital of Moldova Chisinau, Tiraspol, Balti and Comrat . The climate is continental , with the southern and the eastern parts of the country with a mild climate due to its proximity to the Black Sea. International tourism is mainly directed towards the historical sights in Moldova and natural scenery including vineyards and wine tours in Chisinau .
Of the historical sights in Moldova will begin with one of the oldest monasteries in Moldova Capriana. According to other documentary evidence Capriana monastery was built in 1429 and was a royal status. Named after the first abbot of the monastery.
Another monument is the monastery Hancu founded in 1678. Located in Bursuc. Laps completed these beautiful monasteries of men Moldavian monastery Noul Neamt ( New Neamt ).
It was founded in 1861, and under socialism has been converted into a hospital, and in 1991 was prvoslavno school.
The most important archaeological and historical complex in Moldova Old Orhei. Here you can track virtually all eras of the history of these lands, ranging from the Paleolithic, Neolithic and Iron Age and reach the earliest human civilizations.
There are well-preserved pottery jars and in the museum, the ruins of the wooden castle of Geto-Dacian, remnants of the Golden Horde, Moldavian fortress of 14-16 century, well preserved Orthodox monastery and the town Orheiul Vechi. If you like hiking in the big cities, you've come to the right place. In the capital Chisinau worth a walk in the city center and in particular square.
Here are clustered many architectural landmarks. The city of Tiraspol, which is the second largest in Moldova there are many museums and beautiful park, through which the river Dniester.
It is important to know that the western part of Moldova has a strong influence on Romanian culture and the eastern part is Russian. Both languages are spoken in the country, And of course English. Service prices are not high, but the quality is not high.